Ferrari Roma is up for sale at a charity auction

The car, whose name is inspired by the Eternal City, was unveiled last December. The Ferrari Roma will soon be auctioned off by a vertical horse manufacturer with the assistance of RM Sotheby's to Save the Children.

Ferrari and Save the Children have teamed up with Adam Levin (leader of the Maroon 5 group) and his wife Behati Prinsloo to raise funds for educational programs in the United States.

This is not the first partnership for Ferrari and Save the Children: in 2017, the LaFerrari Aperta was already auctioned off as part of the Leggenda e Passione sale and brought the association $ 10 million.

Adam Levine, on the other hand, is a big fan of Ferrari models and has as many different models in his garage as the 330 1966 GTC, 365 1969 GTC, 365 4 GTB / 1971 Daytona, 250 cars. 1963 GT Berlinetta Lusso, 275 2 GTB / 1965 or even the last F12tdf in special edition.

Ferrari Roma, whose name is inspired by the Eternal City and its “La Dolce Vita”, was officially unveiled last December by the manufacturer from Maranello. Under its body is a 8 hp V3.9 620 bi-turbo unit mounted in the front center position, which is mated to an eight-speed twin-clutch transmission borrowed from the SF90 Stradale. Like all Ferrari models, the Roma achieves a top speed from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3,4 seconds and a top speed of over 300 km / h.

Ferrari Roma is on sale in Europe for 198 205 euros. But one can imagine that the car offered at the auction (one of the first copies in the USA) will be sold at a price significantly higher than the price of the model leaving the factory.

Ferrari ROMA - Save the Children


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